absurdly critical is discussing:

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday that rural and suburban voters should buy electric cars because they burn the most gas.

Where are the charging stations for the suburban and rural people? I live in the suburbs and aside from the place where I used to go in to work which had 4 plugs and the Kroger which has 2 I have not seen any. I have never came across a commercial Tesla rapid charging station. I imagine it is even worse in a rural area. Granted you can plug in at home but I still question the wisdom of the limited range before needing to charge an electric vehicle. I never understood how people could live with that massive drawback versus an ICE vehicle where when you are running low on gas you pull into the nearest gas station, fuel up and in minutes you are on your way. I understand it takes over an hour to charge an electric vehicle.

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